Summer Reading List  

Check back each week for a selection of published works by Sac State alumni, students and faculty.

When Your Heart Breaks, It's Opening to Love: Healing and Finding Love after a Affair, Heartbreak or Divorce (2014)

Joey Garcia

Joey Garcia '90

Garcia (’90, Journalism), former ASI Vice President and Sacramento News & Review's relationship advice columnist, shares her expertise on relationships and how to turn heartbreak into happiness.  

When Your Heart Breaks, It's Opening to Love can be purchased through online retailers.

Between Lions and Lambs (2010)

Between Lions and Lambs

N.T. McQueen '10

McQueen (’10, MA '13 English), who previously had a children's book published, creates a provocative story of hypocrisy, forgiveness and redemption.

Between Lions and Lambs can be purchased through online retailers.

Out of Reach: Collected Poems (2014)

Out of Reach

Cynthia Linville '60

Linville, an English professor at Sac State, shares her thoughts on lust and love through a series of poems inspired by real life and real time.

Out of Reach can be purchased through online retailers.  

Lawman's Dilemma (2012)

Lawman's Dilemma

Ray Bilderback '60

Bilderback (’60, English), creator of the Reuben Braddock novels, shares his latest fictional story of Marshal Reuben Braddock, rescuer of lawless towns and champion of law and order. 

Lawman's Dilemma can be purchased through online retailers.

 

 

Witness to Roswell: Unmasking the Government's Biggest Cover-Up (2009)

Witness to Roswell

Thomas J. Carey '74

Carey ('74, MA Anthropology), author and special investigator for the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies, examines the Roswell UFO story by documenting what he alleges is the 1947 crash, recovery and government cover-up of a bonafide flying saucer, using witness testimony. 

Witness to Roswell can be purchased through online retailers.

 

 

From Sac: Home Myths & Other Untruths (2013)

From Sac

Jamil Kochai '14, editor

Kochai ('14, English), Spring 2014 Dean's Award recipient for the College of Arts and Letters, assembles a collection of short stories that address the notion of "home" and the different meanings it holds to each author. 

From Sac can be purchased through online retailers.

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